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Tree Care Industry Association

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The tree care industry has stories and knowledge just waiting to be explored. We’ll have a variety of expert guests and innovators from all corners of the industry sharing their stories and extensive knowledge on our show.
 
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Urban Forestry Radio

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Susan Poizner, OrchardPeople.com

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Susan Poizner of the fruit tree education website OrchardPeople.com interviews experts from around the world about fruit trees, food forests, permaculture and arboriculture. Urban Forestry Radio is the winner of the 2021 GardenComm Silver Award of Achievement for Broadcast Media: Radio Program Overall.
 
Arbor Culture is a podcast for the urban arborist. Geared more towards the tree business owner, we cover everything there is to know about growing your tree business, the latest tech, equipment and resources avaliable to tree services businesses. If it's happening now in the arbor industry, you'll find it here.
 
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Grower, garden retailer, journalist, QVC presenter and founder of the Garden Press Event and horticultural charity, Greenfingers Richard Jackson guests on this episode of the Horticulture Week Podcast. Jackson, of Richard Jackson Garden founded the Greenfingers Charity and the Garden Press Event and has worked for some of the biggest names in the h…
 
Korey sits down with Jim Spindler, a Certified Professional Agronomist, Certified Professional Soil Scientist and Certified Crop Advisor. They discuss the definition of agronomy and Jim answers some interesting questions about soils. You can find the products Korey & Jim discussed below. https://www.ecologel.com/ If you enjoyed the podcast please r…
 
Live from TCI! Joe and Korey attended the Tree Care Industry Expo a couple weeks ago and had the opportunity to sit down with Amy Tetreault, the Senior Vice President of Corporate Engagement at Tree Care Industry Association. They talk about all things TCI Expo, what changes they made in the past and what has stuck. If you haven’t had the chance to…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Peter de Vries and Josua Hundertmark to go over access lines and the safety standards of tree care in other countries. Peter de Vries is the owner of Designs by de Vries and North American Courant Vertical Living Promoter. He has been in the green industry for 25 years and specifically trees for the last seven year…
 
With more than half a century of plantsman's knowledge and a VMH in 1986, legendary plantsman Adrian Bloom has reissued his book Bloom's Best Perennials and Grasses 10 years after its first publication. He chooses 400 perennials and grasses and makes 64 timeless selections and 12 top plants, narrowed down to plants including a hellebore, bergenia, …
 
Joe & Korey sit down with Joe Buck, Dendrochronologist and Forest Ecologist. Like a tree historian, Joe studies the stories of the trees. They discuss how Joe started his career as a Dendrochronologist and the many different stories he gets to unveil each day. Learn more about Joe: www.joebuckinnature.com Cross Timbers Dendro www.oldtrees.co If you…
 
After working and playing hard in noughties London, Perrywood Garden Centre's communications & HR director Hannah Powell turned to nature to heal after suffering from a "functional neurological disorder". She tells the Horticulture Week podcast how "using nature to fix a faulty brain" and how "getting out into nature" was instrumental in her recove…
 
Joe & Korey are together live and sit down with Emmett Muennink, the South Central Regional Technical Manager and Kevin Brewer, the Northeast Regional Technical Manager of Arborjet. Both Emmett & Kevin are Board Certified Master Arborist and discuss with Joe & Korey the business of starting and maintaining a tree business. If you enjoyed the podcas…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Tim Walsh and discuss his achievement of being CTSP 000001 and his support of the program. Tim is the Corporate Safety Director for the Davey Tree Expert Co. Tim is working on his doctorate, in ergonomics and safety. His research looks at risk in the tree care profession. He has a Master’s degree in ergonomics from…
 
Lindsay Mitchel, Editor at the International Society of Arboriculture's publication Arborist News and Sarah Ruark, technical advisor at the Davey Institute, the research arm of Davey Tree, talk about the Detective Dendro® educational mystery series, what it's like to be a real life tree detective, and ways that we can all investigate the mysteries …
 
It’s starting to get chilly in some parts of the country and Joe & Korey sit down to talk about all things firewood. They discuss what is the best type of firewood to burn and some safety tips to remember. If you enjoyed the podcast please rate, review, subscribe and tell a fellow tree lover! Questions or topics you would like us to discuss? Send t…
 
We Too Built Britain's Zehra Zaidi and Harkness Roses' David White have launched the John Ystumllyn rose, named after the first well-recorded black Welsh gardener and believed to be the first rose named after an ethnic minority Briton. Horticulture Week editor Matthew Appleby interviews the pair about the new rose and it's potential impact. Zaidi’s…
 
As demand for sustainable growing media rockets, ICL technical sales manager Sam Rivers discusses peat-free composts and what growing media products are available for production horticulture. They explore who is asking for what, the raw materials available, differences in nutrition, and other products which may need to be added to help boost plant …
 
Joe is excited that hockey is back and it sparked a topic that he wanted to discuss with Korey. Joe & Korey discuss the different ways wood has been incorporated in sports and how it has evolved. If you enjoyed the podcast please rate, review, subscribe and tell a fellow tree lover! Questions or topics you would like us to discuss? Send them to dis…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Bryan Dalton and talk about the how he has been leading TCIA through the transition to online learning. Bryan is the Director of Training and Credentialing at TCIA and has had over 15 years of experience in the training and credentialing space over his career. During his time at TCIA he has implemented our online l…
 
The YPHA was founded in 2020 for under 35s in the industry to better facilitate collaboration, education and innovation and to consider how the industry might evolve to appeal to a younger demographic than has previously been the case. Giving their views are YPHA members: Chris Wiley, founder of Sow Successful, Virginia Colquhoun González, nursery …
 
Worms, snakes and squirrels, oh my! Joe and Korey sit down and discuss different animals they have encountered in Arboriculture from the ground up. Have any animal encounter stories? We would love to hear from you! Send us an email at discoveringforestry@gmail.com about the encounter. If you enjoyed the podcast please rate, review, subscribe and te…
 
Pumpkin Picking, Hayrides, Oktoberfest & Football…Fall Is Thriving! Joe & Korey sit down and discuss different Fall facts, focusing on why do trees change color? If you enjoyed the podcast please rate, review, subscribe and tell a fellow tree lover! Questions or topics you would like us to discuss? Send them to discoveringforestry@gmail.com. Music …
 
In this episode, we sit down with Tana Byrd and talk about the way she has gone out and created her own opportunities in the world of arboriculture. Tana is a professional arborist and the owner of T-N-T Tree and Landscape. She has 7 years of experience in taking care of different types of trees throughout Texas. Tana has gone on to say that "tree …
 
Lincoln Smith from Forested.us explains how listening to the landscape is the secret to growing healthy fruit trees and fruiting plants. Lincoln will talk about some of his top picks including persimmons, mulberries and black raspberries. Today's show prize is: The Modern Homestead Garden: Growing Self-Sufficiency in Any Size Backyard by Gary Pilar…
 
Joe & Korey sit down and talk with Kevin Lewis on all things turf! Kevin has over 20 years experience in the golf industry, was an Agronomic Technical Specialist with John Deere Landscapes and is currently the Commercial Golf, Sports Turf & Nursery Markets Technical Manager for Arborjet. If you enjoyed the podcast please rate, review, subscribe and…
 
Joe and Korey sit down with Jon Steigerwaldt, the Forest Conservation Director at the Ruffed Grouse Society. They discuss how Jon has forestry in his DNA with forestry being a family tradition. His Grandfather was a Staff Forester during World War II and then founded a Forestry Consulting business. They dive into Jon’s career path in forestry and w…
 
In this episode, we sit down with John Lewis and Bob Longo and talk about the differences between working on your business and working in your business. John and Bob are both Membership Engagement Coordinators (MECs) at TCIA. John is the MEC for the Midwest Region, while Bob is the MEC for the South Region. As MECs, their job is to provide our memb…
 
Horatio’s Garden is a national charity creating and nurturing beautiful gardens in NHS spinal injury centres. Leading landscape designers such as Cleve West, Tom Stuart-Smith, Bunny Guinness and Sarah Price are among those who have lent their talents to design the gardens. In this podcast, Dr Olivia Chapple discusses the mission and value of the ch…
 
Joe & Korey sit down and chat about what has been happening, gypsy moth trials, winter pruning, upcoming spring opportunities and the preparation with shows and presentations. They also dive into some arboriculture related history. If you enjoyed the podcast please rate, review, subscribe and tell a fellow tree lover! Questions or topics you would …
 
Peat-reduction is a big issue and with Defra's Peat Strategy consultation around the corner, demand for compost higher than ever, horticulture is facing a tricky transition to be peat-free by 2024. Southern Trident's Steve Harper talks about the challenge of creating products fit for the horticultural production market and persuading retail consume…
 
Joe & Korey touch base on what they have been up to and discuss Korey's accomplishment with his bike tour with the Tour Des Trees. Everyone in the Green Industry has been grinding since buds were popping, so make sure to take a breather and take inventory before Fall! Want to donate to Korey’s Tour Des Trees Fundraising Page? https://tour-des-trees…
 
On this episode of the podcast, we are joined by Tchukki Andersen, Staff Arborist at TCIA, to discuss working with Grapple Saws as well as the Grapple Saw Pannel that is going on at TCI EXPO 2021! Tchukki is the Staff Arborist at TCIA . She has worked for TCIA for 14 years and during that time she has been an expert on all things arboriculture. She…
 
Reagan Wytsalucy, Extension Assistant Professor, Agriculture & Natural Resources at Utah State University, talks about her journey to find the last orchards growing the age-old, drought resistant South West Peaches. First Nations communities in the U.S. have been growing these peaches for hundreds of years. Reagan explains why it is essential NOT t…
 
Joe had a chance to chat with a long time friend, Erick Palacioshis. They discuss Erick's path from trees to utility, and how he started his own company the International Arborist Institute. Learn more about the International Arborist Institute. @iaitraining If you enjoyed the podcast please rate, review, subscribe and tell a fellow tree lover! Que…
 
GE Current offers a range of professional LED lighting fixtures and hybrid solutions for indoor and greenhouse horticultural applications, from propagation and microgreens production through to lighting for large indoor farms and commercial greenhouses. Horticulture business development manager Malcolm Yare and commercial operations manager Sally T…
 
Joe & Korey had an opportunity to sit down with Lindsey Purcell, Urban Forestry Extension Specialist at Purdue University and Executive Director of the Indiana Chapter of ISA. Lindsey’s passion is moving people in the industry to the next level with their early careers, being a certified arborist and what their duties entail to become stewards of t…
 
On this episode, we sit down with John Lewis and Bob Longo and talk about TCIA membership and the role they play in giving you the best experience they can. John and Bob are both Membership Engagement Coordinators (MECs) at TCIA. John is the MEC for the Midwest Region, while Bob is the MEC for the South Region. As MECs, their job is to provide our …
 
Korey had a chance to sit down with Rudy Rutemiller the Regional Sales Manager for Petzl as well as a Certified Arborist. They discuss Rudy’s Arboriculture path from dragging brush, climbing trees, and PHC to now the Regional Sales Manager for the East Coast with Petzl. They dive into different climbing gear that Petzl has to offer and the differen…
 
Joe & Korey discuss how to be prepared and what to think about for getting involved in Plant Health Care. Understanding anatomy, physiology, how a tree lives and dies is paramount to beginning a great plant health company. Tree Diagnostic Checklist Episode Book Recommendation: How Trees Die by Jeff Gillman If you enjoyed the podcast please rate, re…
 
On this episode, we sit down with Casey Jones and Kirsten Locke, and talk about how their friendship started and what role they both play at this year's Women in Tree Care Pre-Conference Workshop. Casey has a background in fine arts and found digital art to be the natural next step. Her tree climbing themed work is inspired by the passion and stren…
 
Joe and Korey live on two sides of the country and their summers shape up a little differently depending on what they see with pests and diseases and how the weather impacts that. There has been 15 inches of rain in July for the east side of the country and the west is dealing with drought and wildfires. If you enjoyed the podcast please rate, revi…
 
Astonishing events occur beneath the sea: a mysterious glow beckons at night, the smallest organisms play the largest role, and fish, who seem so taciturn, converse with each other—loudly. But we only know a fraction of the sea, despite its size and intrigue—even the moon’s surface has been studied more than the ocean’s depths. In The Blue Wonder, …
 
Online sales doubled during the pandemic says owner Chris Smith, but changes in regulations are making some imports, such as seed potatoes, onion sets and garlic from France and Holland, impossible and could lead to significant pressures come the autumn. Shifting demographics of nursery owners and customers mean horticultural shows could decline as…
 
Do nitrogen fixing plants and trees actually improve soil fertility? Will your fruit trees benefit if you plant nitrogen fixing plants in your garden? Susan speaks to permaculture orchardist Stefan Sobkowiak of Miracle Farms in Quebec, Canada to find out! The host of The Urban Forestry Radio Show and Podcast is Susan Poizner of the fruit tree care …
 
Joe, Korey & Cara discuss how the industry was affected with the absence of events and the technology that was created to be able to stay connected during 2020. They discuss how important live events are for the industry with being able to network and make connections. Joe & Korey also mention what events they are attending in 2021 and why they are…
 
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